Dharma Bombs Returns to The Camel w/ Damn Tall Buildings & Holy Roller

Dharma Bombs Returns to The Camel w/ Damn Tall Buildings & Holy Roller

Sat, December 1, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Camel

$8 ADV, $10 DOS

Tickets at the Door

Dharma Bombs
Dharma Bombs
Dhama Bombs formed in the heart of the Commonwealth with the intention of spreading Appalachian music with a heaping side of Dixieland. Featuring Trey Hall (guitar/lead vocals), Chris Gatens (mandolin/banjo), Sean Newman (bass fiddle), Clay Trinkle (saxophone/mandolin), Charlie Frise (trumpet), and Austin Tekamp (percussion). This band of of merry men continues to spread their musical antics throughout Virginia and soon beyond! Stay tuned! We'll do our best to do so.
Damn Tall Buildings
Damn Tall Buildings
Damn Tall Buildings is an all-acoustic guerrilla roots band from Boston, Massachusetts. While their instrumentation is that of bluegrass, they are not bound to it. With lyrical storytelling and foot-stomping grooves, their songs about love and ramblin’ help to forget the everyday troubles and slip away into their up-tempo hobo-anthems. With members from all around the United States, Damn Tall Buildings is truthful combination of four-different people branding their influences into a single sound.
Holy Roller
Holy Roller
Holy Roller brings you songs of love, loss, hope, and heartache. Their early country twang and vivid lyrics meld with signature harmonies for a sound that is beautifully crooning.

Richmond, VA based Holy Roller is hitting the scene with their self titled, debut album. With roots dug deep in rock, americana, soul, and country, Holy Roller brings a sound that’s as much new as it is a welcome home after too long spent away. Beautiful harmonies that seem to cry out like the rivers they were written for are paired with honest songs of love, loss, home, and heartache. Holy Roller is an absolutely compelling live performance and their recordings are both intimate and exciting, from the homesick, “Oh, Virginia”, to the R&B steamroller, “Muscle Up.” By way of the stage or by way of their debut album, this a group that wants to take you back to the front porch they grew up on. Holy Roller is a drinking buddy and an arm around your shoulder.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org